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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - October 15, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               V( )L. XX. DUNKIRK, N. Y.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1890. NO. B REPRESENTATIVE QSINfiSS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. BCT.CNO MACHINE tor ruling all limits of blanka U the latest audition tn lie Mechanical Department of Dunkirk Printing Conpany. BVL GLFPO8D, 2S3 and 285 Central Are. Arttetic Photographer Instantaneous Puowirrapru nl Balnea a specialty. 31tum Dot wait for annHbine except for tallies BOOK Laviso. prietor. No. 16 K. Seiionil street, near lluf- Calo street, Lronkirk. N. Y. Alugazinus, Mu- ttc, Pampbleta, etc., bound in :iH Onlerp promptly attended to. AU guaranteed. T HOUSE, f> 30B Central Avanue. Wuoltvtaie and retail in 1i China, Glassware, tc. HOTKL, II per ilay. ami Boarrtinig 3labia in uonnbc.Uun Victtir Hiiler, 386 and 387 Lion Blreet. t ItXV BAKBKU SHOP j Catta. Kaglc, 1'rnp., niler Lake Shore National Bunk, Ln Cell and Third il Domestic A. fine stock of I SOa, Vy 3SK center stroel. Practical home-nhoeii Particular attention to interfering horeea. Shoeing of roatl trotting boraes a specialty. i k KTBMIN0 OBSKKVEtt. Largest Daily In the County. Aa unequalled advertising medium. i mnatus. COMPANY. Fonre.ly Sellew Popple fcicmrers at Engines, Builera, Pulleys Jiaim UaiiKCra, etc. Castings, and Machine Work Co order. HH1KT CO.. -Ml, -US ami AT If Center street, Mauuloeuirera ul tilt! and "DuuKirk" titans On aalc in all leading? touting auii ilry goods in Dunkirk. I v P. TOOMEY. and ISfl Lion street. 1'ealer in Ktour, Peed, alt. Haled Hay. Plitm- etc. REED AT ROCHESTER. THE SPEAKER'S ENTHUSIASTIC WtU- COME TO THE FLOWiiR CITY. Sttamtmsui Dellvvn A Htlrrlnn uii tlm Qumn.mii. or tho Frank Hlwiock Aim a Both an Ovation at tlo.e of the Mmting. RnciIKi-Ti-n. X. Y., Oct. 15. Speaker ThoniiiN Ree.l and -enatnr Frank His- cock an audience ol 3. jOO peiipte at the WiUihinifton rink last evening. Kpeakcr Arrived from the enst at p. m. and wua escorted to the Powers hotel by a reception committee. He was enthusias- tically received at the rink, as waa Hon. George F. Danforth pre- sided over the meeting and a large num- ber of leading Western New York-Repub- licuns were in attendance. Speaker fievd said when introiluceil: I thank you very heartily for thin greet but 1 thank yon murchpnrtily becanse I believe this something to the cause of good government in this country. Parties are not accidents. The lines are laid very deep in the soul. Onii man fol- lows in the footsteps of (trandfather. Another man believes in progress, believes t tat the world is going forward. One man is a Democrat, other is a Repub- lican. It is unfair to apeak of the history of this country. It is unfair becanse the Democrats have hail very little to do with It.. We have to go ahead and drag them after us. I do not say this in a partisan spirit. If any man thinks what I said has a flavor of self assei-t.i.m on our part lie only to t.a'. e up the principal events of the last thirty years and show what principals have been enunciated and when the different conventions have ratified them. The of the people to rule is su- preme. No kins; can successfully dare to out.raire the public sentiment o: his coun- try. We have a system of rule by the ma- jority. The majority of the Democrats live south of MaHon and Dixon's line. The Northern Democrats wince under the lash of the Sontbi-rii whip. I have heard Dem- ocratic from the North mut- ter cinder thrir bywith and say what they voniii ilu at convenient :ime. But they never do it. I wish it. were other- wise. I think some Democrats begin to this tiling rightly. some are losing manufacturing the propone to supply own niarkeia and when have supplied tiieiu we proue.si; to supply foreign We must have them and we will have them. We must now more forward. There are other pledges to be redeemed. Tie federal elec- tion bill must be panned. There are men who will resist thia law, no matter what it may cost in the blood of the black man. Since Clayton of Arkansas took his de- parture from thin world it become set- tled that no Republican, black or white, shall have any part in the government of the Southern states. We are pledged to right thw great wrung. If we can control the next house of representatives, then we may recognize the face that the battle hag been fought out and the victory won. If we can accomplish thelerrMatiQn to which our committed tl.en i hese troub- lous issues be laid at rest. Jjf The speakers were tVeimcntiy inter- rupted by applause. TJvjytlFIC EXPLOSION. ______ i A BOX OF GIANT POWDER EXPLODES F IN A WORKMAN'S HMIDS. I STABBED WITH A BREAD KNIFf. A D. !K and UB Tmnl Flue Furniture, Cabinet Wure uldtermg. Picture Frames muite to t. bull' A CO., :ttn Cen era I Ave., ot ffoanioit and Gentlemen 4 AKCLJ. 9TBAM HKATTNO CO.. anulucturersof Steam Heating Apparatus. Sanitary Plumbing a Specialty. 11 OMJC STEAM LAUMDRX. Our dpeuialtiei Jc; Cuffs, 4c, anil ry. A >V. Cuic Pine Stiirta, lUc; Lacti Curtaina. Fruu Ueliv- 2U7 Coiicer Man CituiMn a Row WliioS In Hlii Ocurl.. PHILADELPHIA, Oct. at 1 o'uioek ye terdiiy morning at the ilcnce fit Timothy Mahoay, 3438 Nortli Broad street, what may prove a double tmitedy wits enacted. At the hour namerf Mnhony returned home drunk. His was awaiting his return and he at commenced to abn-e her. After word- had been exchanged Mahony picked up a pitcher and made a aavage blow at his wife's head. She dodged the Mow and called for her brother, Michael McLangh- lin, to protect her. Mclaughlin responded arid waa being besu-d. when he seized the knife from ihu table and miule a vicious hinge at iiiH At thin juncture James McCanii, an inmate of the houHe. stepped between the two men and received the knife thrust, in the buck, inflicting a dangerous cut. Mclaughlin then stalibe.' Mahony lir-ctly over the heart. The two men wi'ie ri'inovKd to t.lw hospital. .Miihony will die. wound in a sertnuii  V anil spoke substantially aa follows: Two years ago, on an October evening, I saw the streets of this great city filled with R publicans tramping through the rain an-i bearing banners ami torches, [t w. s prophetic of the victory that fol- low; d. The result was the election of Harrison aud .Morton to the places which _ they now occupy. The congress then I ehose-i 1 my friend as speaker of tho lioc.se representatives. We went into that, rn'-gress pledged to reform the tariff in she of American America-.! and the American people. We pledged ourselves that every Ameri- can ci iy.en should have the riabt to vote and iinve his vole counted. The long ses- sion f congress has closel, and we have reformed Jhe tariff. There has never been a measure passed upon which all the arts of deuiagogism have so con- Our Democratic friends have argued for specific duties Mentlng of the to Take tiou on Governor plu-ll's a, Oct. branches of the general lussembly convenud vestcr- day at. 1U o'clock. A joint of both houses c.-illud on the sovernor and not.itied him legislature wiia ready to liHiir what hi' hail to say. In a fi-wmin- ur.es PriVMls Serrr tiiry .Vlei-ker apiieared w.rh ilie mts-stigi' H-ILX rftud'm both liKfoiv a ami atuntive audience. In :he him-e it was to ti.e judiciary committee by a vote of 5r> HI .VJ. In the .wnate the Republicans opposed it, Mr. Richartls of Lawrence wanting it on the latile. nf tf from tile room to the Pennsylvania depoc. thence to Keokuk, Ia. The justices of the supreme-court- will iict OH pall and will accompany tile remains to Keoktik. The train will leave here at p. m. on Thursday and will reach Keoknk Saturday morning about 10 o'clock. The arrangements for the funeral of Gra. Bclknnp are not completed, fr, has Iwen deciiled, however, that the fnm-ral will take place from St. John's clmrttli in 'this city an.1 that the general will be buried at Arlington. DESTRUCTIVE PRAIRIE FIRE3. ____ rea Humlrc-d Head Cattle in North Dakntm. F.uu.tn, N. D., Oct. 14.-H. S. Cnderhffl, of the railroad com-muiaioiicrs ot Aorth Dakota, reports a somewhat to- plorabli! condition of affairs among tin ranchmen of his district from almost precedented prairie Hres. Between lard canon and Back rivers and in the val- leys of both the distinction has b-en al- most complete while about Kill Deei mountain, and east of there nothing haa been left for stock to live ou. At. th Riverside ranch 500 tons of hay and 300 head oi" cattle were burned. In almost every instance in the valleys the small farmers have lost their crops and feed for the winter. During the course of the fire the wind was blowing a hnrri- cane, leaping breaks of TOO feet in widths The. ranchmen claim they will to get. strong circumstantial evidence that the (ires were starred by the Indians from the Fort Yates reservation, who come into the valleys and drive the game south and burn the prairies behind rhem to prevent tho gnme i'rom going back before being killed or captured. GREAT SALE OF THOROUGHBREDS. The Famous Stable of S. F. Brnwa Sold at Morris Park. WMTCHEMKR, Oct. 13.-Col. Bruce yes- terday sold at, auction all the horses In training belonging to Capt. S. S. Brown, with the exception of slenorita, whom the captain prizes very highly and will keep. The sale wa- a great success, as will be seen by the figures below: DeMnth. to F. C. McLewec Co., Buddist. 4. to E. G. Smith, Sfl.BOO; Reporter. 4. to W. B. Burry, Long K.un, 3. to W. Douohiie. tt.DOO; Defaulter. 3, to M. Corbetc, bay 3, by Longfellow, dam Anne Boylen, to McGuirn Co., -Si.400; hay colt, 3, by Powliattan, dam Lady Ja.u-. to H. Waruki- Sons Jennie 3. 3, to M. J. Daly, J. A. B.. 4. to p. E. Sherer, Jewel' H, to M, J. Daly, The Faustina yearlings, the property of J. B. Pruther. were also sold, but only realized inferior prices, THE COURT ADJOURNS. Csremciny of Anniinnnlni; Denth of .ftlslloe Miller. Oct. the su- preme court ot the United Prates assem- bled yesterday the room in which it holils its sessions crowded with most of them bt-incr present to hear the anniiuncumeiit of the denth of Associate Justice Miller. Tlie chidr tlia hiul been by the deceased jurist was aeavily Irapwl in black. There were no other IUI1J.L, was V! IV laid on tue taole. ilr. Cole of tfcioto 1 drape.1 in black. There were no other moved to amend by referring it. to the sen- i -igns monrninK nbotu. Hie rourt. room ate as of the whole tor When t h-crier bad announced that t he mediate .iciion. This dt-LVat ti. Mr. was in sessi-m. Cltief Justice Fuller mediate .iciion. This di-tVat.il. Mr Richards on a nioiioti r.o refer to the ju- diciary committee ;t long speech against it in which he i-nler d into the history of the Cincinnati affair. The adjourned to meet- o'clock. In Memory WASIIIXRTOS, Oct. are flying at half-mast over the executive mansion and the executive departments out of re- spect to the memory of ex-Seervtary of War Belknap. L. A. Grant, a-t ing sec- i retary of war. issued a general or :er an nouncinsi with sorrow r.he death of Gen Belknap. The remains of Gen. Rclknap will be inrerred at rn-niorrow. None of the details of bis funeral will be arr.-ing.. d until his son, Hugh Belknap, ar- rives from Chicago. was in sessi..n. Chief Justice Fuller announced in a low voice the death of "On this he said, -'no business will be transacted and the conn, stands adj'iurne i nn-il Monday next." MfiiilM-rsof the court then Hied out to their robing room. The whole diii not last over two minutes. ceremouv Yesterday's baseball games resulted follows: -At St. 4 n tl 0 ti A Murderer Convlctrttl. PorCHKEEPSIE, Y., Oct. trial of Arthur PendergusB for niurdt-r was conijdeted yesterday afternoon and lare last night, utter seven hours' deliber- ation, the jury brought in a verdict of murder in the second degree. The prisoner will be spntDuced to-iiay. Pendorgast shot, and killed his fatlier-in-law, Wiisli- iimton Olivet, on July 4. in Dover moun- tains, this county. He pleaded that he did the shooting in self-defense. GLOCI-ESTER, for Mass., Oct, 15. Hon. To Prepare Crnisers for Active Service. WASHINGTON, Oct. Admiral Gberhurdi -was at the naval department yesterday and had conferences with Sec- retary Tracy and Commodores Ramsey and Folger in regard to expediting the equipment if the cruiser Philadelphia and the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius so that these vessels can be pur. into active ser- vice as soon as possible. IT Kaat Taint atreet, Tailor. tieAtiemen nil: dau it to lutur advantage to call on me before purchasing eisewaere. B. CAKX S53 Lion street. J Hardware. While Lead, Oils, Painter's Oil Cloths, Gnuite Ware. A apecial- at Sherwiu Willianui Paintaml Uouroe range. ___. j Jilch aa blank-bowks, ledgers, and all kinils al blanka done at Dunkirk Frintiug Coiupnay, 8 and 10 E. Second at. Cor. Third and Buffalo S L Dealer in liranita. Marble, and liaiuiing atone. Call un xne nefore Uuymg your KISLE Y CO., 7 anil 9 Front atreou Whisky, Wines, Brandies. tv'U.erai Liquor Store for T) OBERT -HcK-VT, Lion acreet, near depot. Boarding, tfced anit Livery Slable. Stti liug by the day or week on reasonable J. GLFKOKD, oOl Cencral Ave. I Up O Insurance and lieal Saute itcut. Kire, Lile, Accident, and Live Stock Loaorauce. auennou tcivdu to buying uiti aelliuK Ueal Estate. .1-0. JONES, A 55 K. Third at, cor. Jeer. Meal Market. Fredli, 3alt anu tteata. Lartl. Saoeagen, Oyatura and AlttlKS, JBWKJ.K.X. au. ttay tbe Aurom.KailruaU Watch, rniuk n. Stapl. 33 h. Tlurrt st. H. JtlMJILKK. To It-s Capital Slunk. TRENTON. N. J., Oct. M. -The National Cordage company ye-terday tnaiie an ap- plication to the secretary of stare for au- thority to increase its e-ipila] swick to It. is that, the com- pany has effected a combination .on har- vesting wire wilh headquarters ac New York._________________ THE RACING ARENA. Bally At Morris Park. NBW VOHK. Oct. racss at, Mnrris park yesterday as follows: First race, 1, Woodcutter 2. (Juildeun lillyS: time. Second race. milu -Helle. d''Or 1. Hoo Dniiiies- o. 'inie, Third race. Michael 1, 3, J. B. 3: time. Fourth race, the Smitu Anita handicap. 1 1. My Fellow 2. Ches- ape.-ike :J: time. Fifth race, the hampagne stakes for 2-year- olds. 1- Hoodlum 1. Peter 2, Russell 3: time. Sixth rate. 5fi 3 1. Mamie B 2, Vivid 3: time. TAKE NOTICE, PLEASE. There is no better place to get the finest and rarest ruses, shrubs, fruit aud ornamental trees, Dutcjl bulbs, flower- your coaaervatory, etc.. lhan at Ta. If. ViSDEBitiirn.ss'a, Eagle street, near Seventh. SoOO REWARD1 WE will pav the above raw ant for any CAM. o! L. ver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Headache InOigwDut, coiuapanun or w< arc stncfly complied Witt They are purely Vegetable, and never toil tr n ve aacMiacnon. Sngar coaled. Large Beware of coun- and Xbe genuine mana byJL-HS Soln ity MOSKOB'9 Pnannacy, UuuiirJt, V T. CHAMBEES FKASER, TAILORS. Boom No. 6, Gennaa Ins. BTg, BCITALO, N. Y. instead of ad valorem ones. These specific values have fix d arbitrarily. We iu- teiiiii-d in making this bill to levy snch a i.n as to the production of that, article in this country. We have already become the largest To enjoy onc'a self thoroughly under all circtiDstancss, one must enjoy per- fect health. Catarrh, a much prevailing disease can be readily cured by using Old Saul's Catarrh Cure. PABENTS will get rest and the baby will be relieved from pain by using Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup, a harmless but relia- ble remedy. Price 25 cents. At Latoiita. LATONIA. Ky.. Oct. of yester- day's races follow: First race. 1 1, Harry Weldon 2, Polhemtls time. Second race. 1 1-16 HI, Hydy 2, Barney time. Third race. 1 mile ann. 70 For- tnnatus 1, Miss Leon 2, Rogers 3; time, Fuurrli race, the Latouia prize for :j-year- olds, 1 Jr., 1, ililldale 2, Tir-'ie d'OrH: time. Fifth race. Whcatley 1. Ell Kindiui Sixth nice. 1. Yale "91 i Annie Elizabeth 'I: time, At GlonceH N. J.. Oct. 15. Yesterday's races resulted as follows: First race. OU; Gardner 1, Franco 2, Owen Golden 3: time, Second race, mile -Pain Killer 1, Gene- vieve rime Third race. Kins Iille 1, Emit and "VTra. Dnly. Jr., ran a dead heat for the place; time, Fourth race. Englewood 1. Battersby Aqnasco t me. Fifth race, 1 mi'e -Ci-ispin 1. Slumber 2, KosetteS: At CHICAIJO, Oct. races resulted at follows: First rice, H mile-Annie Clark 1, Ed. 2, Kade .1 3: time, 1 race, "fa G 1, Gilford 2, EaflaS: time, Third race, t 1-16 1, St. AA onus 2. Hardee 3: time. Fuurtii race. 1, MadoUo 2. Bitnnia Annie 3: timi'. Fifih race, H mile-Creole 1, Jessie MoFar 2, Fun King a: time, UtlD. At Kansas 1 l d o 2 o n_ a 'Klytl -II 'I II II 2 2 n 1 9 g Batteries -Sn-anzeil ami Dnnolino; Lovett and Daly. At f 'incinnati H. n. E. Cincinnati iN" Lj.2 (i 1 :l o o 1 4 1002102 111 10 9 and Keetian: Dwyer and Fa.rrell. _________________ Cnuut of Paris, nt Gettysburg. GETTTSBrnti. Pa.. Oct. 15. The Count of Paris and his fellow arrived here last, evening at o'clock over the road. Gens. Doubleday. Cnlilwell. Newton. Slocum. Rowar.l aii'l B.itrerlield are here and will go O'.-nr the Held with t he. visitors explaining the hattk from their respective positions during the fight. The day will be devoted to a thorough inspection of the entire Battle Held. This evening a re- ception will lie tendered the count at which the freedom of the town will be ex- tended to him. Robert Bund, colonial secretary for New- foundland, held an audience yesterday the Bon.ru of Trade room with President Smith aud other prominent men con- nected with the Hahersea. The object was to submit a proposition for admitting the products of Xevvfunndland iisheries freo in return for which American fisherman would access to bait ami other outlits in Newfoundland ports. Kills, I by a Wall. CHICAGO. Oct. The heavy wind Mon- day blew dnwn one of the walla 01 Chicago Crucible Steel company, killing John Pettuch and Christian BresHo, and seriously killing Lenka August and Charles Gillu. The men were all laborers n I and sollSht shelter against the wall during the storm when it toppled over on them, Ohio Oil Prmliicera Indignant. FlSDLAr. O., Oct. The Standard Oil company has acain reduced price of buckeye oil ami yesterday morning paid but asi-., cents, a drop of 3 cents barrel within two weeks. This condition of. af- fairs haa the small operators ami producers to oi Ehret. 17 i and of Jack McAiitnVi Wife. NEW YORK, OCT. Mrs. Kate MuAu- liffe. an actress enuaired with the Donnely Girartl "Natural Gas and the wife of Jack McAnlifte, the champion tigbrweiirht prize fighter, died nndiienly Ia.st ultdit in tJie iiofel on Sixth aventh. The cause til' her death is snp- po-ed to have been heart disease. Mrs. McAnlitTe waa known on the as Hart, whirh her family name. mother, Mrs. Gnasie Hart, is uha an ar-tress. Kate .Nk-AulilTe marri.-d in California some months ago. __ MeKtint; nf the Cabinet. 'vTA.sniNHTOS, Oct. Shortly after the arrived at. the White House yes- terday he issued a. call for a meeting of the ('ahinet. At 12 Q'clock all the mem- bers of the cabinet were present except. Secretary Proctor andPostma-rerGnneral It is understo M! that the  ue as a past secretary. Thesccretary- of the Board iu a responsible position, nnil is in alr.inn hnncls. The OUSKHVKH. in jia 'ii'couric of the School Board's proceed- ings, stilted that Mr. Holateiri, tlio retir- ing secretary, hart served :IH secretary i en out of tht fifteen he has been i uiuuibrr of itiu Hoard. Only UI.IHK who have to do witM the schools can understand, what an amount of useful uid hard public senvice this Hie secretary ia, in a degree. I'M. executive officer of the Board, and the smoothness iiseit with which tne.whool- on is a testimony tn faitlilul work m the part or the secretary. Mr. Hnlatem has wel! earned Hie furlough he has received. Mr. Eikins'n orchestra, mid uot Mrs. jperra's, played at the Gennania hup on Monday uighl. to rent over C. Ahrens's gro- :-j atorii recently tilted for family use. Vpply at Monroe's Pharmacy. Prof. J. W. Bitbcock starts to-morrow tnoruing to atteud the Council of City superintendents at Albany. For rent, a house ia good condition, eight TLOUIS and a good cellar. Enquire of F. B. Shaw, Central avenu e. and to-day have been the greatest days for the shipment of grapes in the record of the Erie freight house. Henrj Smith will in a few days bring in a car load of Parties desiring some please leave orders at once, 6ii8 Deer street. The second, or express section, of the fast mail, came in to-day in a Sjerous condition. A journal on refrigera- ot the United States ExoresB was half burned off. The car was cut out here and the express wna tranaferred. Zimmeiman, a workman in the Broofes works, wag arrested last ev- ening on the complaint of Mrs. Calhei- iae Qcrras of. East Second street, fur jumping a board bill. He owed her got hie trunk, away, and preparing to ler.ve town last night, she charges. has just received a large in- voice of 1891 patterns of flnest Wall Pa- pers that surpass anything heretofore ?een in this city harmony of colors Hnd designs in the combinations of screens, friezes and fields with latest atvles of mouldings made to match, dogs were sent by exprrgg from here to Ann Arbor to day. A lit- He kitten came wandering around, to see what she probably supposed the banish- ment of two enemies, and an express employe playfully tossed her in the trio are on their journey together. soundings taken on Central avenue, near Conklin's landing, and opposite the Industrial building and Monroe's pharmacy, it is stated by com- petent engineers that navigation is liable to open any day on the avenue. The names of the steamers, with their capv tains, will be given in the OBSBHVKII in time to secure passage. The M.C. Adam was engaged for the season, but owing to her recent collapse she has drawn out of the line. following, from the Indianapo- lis Journal of October 14. will be read with interest. It concerns the ten- wheel engines lately by the Brooks Worka for the "Big Four." With the large ten wheel passenger engines run between here and Cincinna- ti oyer the Big Four, it has become cus- tomary to make up time when a train leaves either terminal late. To make the run from Indianapolis to Cincinnati, or vice versa, in two hours and forty- five minut.-s, has become an easy task, and one engine hauled eleven cars from Cincinnati to Indianapolis in two hours and thirty five minutes. Lest this fast running be carried too far. Superintend- ent Peck has instructed Division Super- intendent Bender to notify passenger train crews that in going east no running faster than schedule time shall be made going down the hills a few miles east of Greensburg. KID GLOVES. A new and most stock of the celebrated Centemeri Kid Gloves have just been received at the EBI STORE for party and street wear, in three and five dressed kid; also the Centeraeri Undressed Mousquetaire I ten button lengths, in black and colors. Respectfully ERIE STORE. We especially invite the ladies to inspect our new only reliable FAST BLA.CK ;o be found in the market Fancy Face Veiling, Finest Yarns and Zephyrs, Perfect Fitting Dress Form Corsets. The Kniahts of St. George, C tn- j SPECIAL. naudery No. 90 will give a social hop ANNOUNCEMENT CO., PaiBui 813 781 A co. S13 Tm it St. Georges bull, RailroHii uvetme, i ost., Washington, r., npp. u S. I'titcntB, Cavcatc mnl lie- Ismics .wnurttd. lueaduy evtuing, Uct 21. Traito MarkuroKiirtcnKt AJI f .itont biulaaM for mtMierale Fees. Advico ami Hpfttial rcferouriifl dd 58 More Biscuit Can be made with each pound of Cleveland's Superior Baking Powder than with the same quantity of any other pure cream of tartar powder. CLEVELAND BAKING POTTOKK Co.. 81 83 Fulton at., HEW IAN HOCK rnmle by live Ajtenf Milling "our jtaiivn Herbs." fc2 'treatment (ur Jf.iHI. Kvery has I niitiM'il. Fur fnrthur sdiircas. j UOMerx! JJIJIU' liAXHDlil.1. luUMS, A. liiirbet? vvibhi'H tn unimur.ce to aio public ID jri'iii'rai, ami patrons ui i uiar. unit he hiiu parc.luiix'ii l.llf! fur- 1 in.-rly liy U. 1C. Miillelt. .Vi ICaat L'lltr'l ilretM. ami Uait lllieii it in nnler, and with tin: Mr. W. A. Mun- I'liuiv. in iin-paiiM In ImrHerlnir. riiank-.iit' fur nalnm.-igv. wi: itnlicit a. j nlllirc illlllK n. A. IICKIIKK. SALEHMIEN WASTED In cell our BOO vn- of ejmifi: NurKM-y We have the largest :isBort- nent of Patent Leather Shoes n plain and light-colored tops, land and machine sewed. Wt carry a complete line of NET- TLETOS'SFine Shoes. If you want a nice-fitting and 'jtylish shoe, try a pair tVm make. You will like them. Qua- GENTS' Calf Shoe in Button and Congress in broad, medium or narrow toe, is the beat shoe for th money that has ever been of tVred to any trade. Come and examine them :or yourself and be convinced. SULLIVAN SON, 213 Centre Street -STOCK un-raa, nU'itiiy wnrk, piiy U'e whiir we ndvi-riiHi'. AiMn-sn (This houHe in I.KN IS (t best VVu z'.mnia- r. S. Y. 0 tft -v '-ail Ua U TO jircleni'il wlni --an a an.I (five their whole uinu tin! IMIKIIIUHH. entire !m prniitaUiv iMnpltnint .'liMi. A few in IU'.VMH anil cities." 1J. V. .lollnxiin ,fc Co., IQi'.i Va. Dry G-oods and Carpets. "A-MICIllOAS IH.OCK. 396 402 Main. Street, BI.FF.1LO. .1. IS TO THE FASHIONS, 'j Some are born faxhinmtble, sonu '.Iduve ami utlvrit lutve, futhion riutt np-jn Ctintb, fijji tuiiiir b-roityht him   offfir. You csn SAVE MOUEY jy doing so. He guarnnlees [Hirfcct lit in every ins-ance. Tour custom in solicited. Carl Schauer, 59 East Tliir'I St., DUNKIRK, N. Y. U ia rinht he vn fimhion if you can U is almost as easy unless you arc indifferent ttke out t Lamb', who. aa a genius, coulil be so. From us you cau learn about newest fashions in dry goods, ia all that pertains to ladies' wear, such dress goods, cloaks, etc.; in gloves, hosiery, anderwear, ntckwew, elc.; and in carpets, draperies and in- terior bouse decorations. The newest Fall nnd Winter Myleg-. are ready in all departments. A. won-- derful lot of attractions and bargains on every hand. If you want a ilreus, here are fashion- able fabrics from the world's fashion, choice goods and in- numerable. If you want a cloak, if ytm want carpet, if you want dry of any kind, or a book iva uiiisn't forget Che come us and see the you can't come, write ard leant what is fashionable in wearing appfUrdj.' in house and in 1'tcrauua, Don't vsaii to fashion titt upon you. Ton can achieve I trading here, and achieve it reasonably. We solicit correspondence about thing in our line of business. Samptel are sctit freely, queries answered ilfc- stantiy. Contrary tu the rn'.e, you wiU ftnd shoppiosj with us through the mails a great success. ADAM, MELDRUM ANDERSON, DRY (fOODS AND CARPETS, AMEIUCAX BLDCK- BCFF.1XO, N. Go to Monroe's for Curtains and   

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